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The Course has multiple specializations tracks as well as it is very research and project-oriented. We have a very different and well-made curriculum and our Vice-Chancellor has even gotten awards on the progressive curriculum from AICTE. There is an interdisciplinary mingling from all fields thus providing an enriching experience. Faculty to Student Ratio is about 1:30 and most of our teachers have completed Phd in interesting fields like quantum computing and high energy physics. The end-term exams are always held timely while the midterms can feel a little rushed with the VIVA going on. Other than a few teachers the online learning experience has been very smooth and interesting.
I chose international business because I wanted to learn more about business in the global world. And the faculties are so supportive that they have made us learn all the international business core aspects that are all needed for a person to know. The faculty is very well qualified with PhD and IIM pass-outs. The examinations are taken 2 times a year and some unit exams are also taken. The grades are given in the form of CGPA. The difficulty level of examinations are intermediate
The course curriculum is really good and fine. I opted for BCA at DYPIU because of the syllabus and subjects they involved in the course. They provide you with quality study material. As of now its online mode you can easily get the session recording on the LMS of the university (MOODLE). On MOODLE, you can access your course you opted for with your official email id(provided by the university). Student-Faculty: The Faculty number is quite good. Each faculty member is provided a Teaching Assistant (TA) and a lab associate. Faculty Qualification: Most of the faculty has completed their doctorate and have good experience in their respective field. Exams and its difficulty: At the start of the AY academic calendar is provided and the university functions on the same. The papers are set and checked by the COE of the university.
The placement factor was the reason for me to chose the course of computer engineering. Coding activities and completions are taken on both national and international levels. The faculty-student ratio is 1:20 which is a good one. Most of the faculties are phd in their fields and some are pursuing the degree of phd. Also, the facilities have so many patients on thier names. The exams are taken here on a well-equipped time schedule and if you are good at studies you can easily top in them.
I here in Dy is pursuing BBA IB that is BBA in International Business. I choose it because IB is in boom nowadays also this Field has generated a lot of opportunities to make your career abroad. IB covers various fields that means you have a lot of career opportunities in the future that includes Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Manager at various Field including Aviation in which you can become an Airport Manager. The annual income after MBA in IB for a person starts at around 8 lakhs and has no limit whatsoever The student-teacher ratio here is 1:3 Teaching is awesome and profs are well qualified being an international university few of profs are from abroad that means the college somewhat functions like the Dy University situated in abroad ie in the UK The papers are set by Pune University so you can't be lazy at all, because if you fail its not a deemed university that will pass you further if you fail you won't be able to study further academic year. Papers are neither tough nor easy in short.
My admission fee was around 2 lacs per annum which is a bit expensive for me, but other additional charges are pretty feasible. College is pretty budget-friendly. Facilities provided to the students are world-class, especially the gigantic library.
Our syllabus is pretty good and flexible. We learned everything in detail, from the usage of a particular crop to the degrading agri-business in India. Field trips are able to actually give us a view of the real business. I am learning most during these field trips and the guest lectures.
The fee structure is not much expensive. Per annum fees is 9500000. We can pay fees in instalment. The first-year fee is also 950000 with all facility.
The course is very nice and its an autonomous college. Structure of the exam is good it is by semester wise.
The faculty is quite experienced and provides good teaching aids. Though, we don't get much industrial exposure which should be given according to the field we are studying into. There are total 4 faculties and swapnil sir is my favorite as he is always encouraging and supporting to be creative, to think and analise each subject.
One year fee for my MBA - Agri program is INR 2,10,000 which is pretty feasible. This fee covered our registration fee, tuition fee, and a refundable caution money. College campus is pretty beautiful and to be honest, you stand to gain a lot from the course.
The course curriculum is pretty cool and was pretty much updated. Our curriculum is carefully curated in order to impart knowledge catering to the Agriculture business. The curriculum is able to provide a holistic view of the entire agri-business.
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The Faculty seemed very much interested in research and the course had 10 different specializations to choose from at the end of the second year. I am interested in going into research and hence seeing the expertise of the faculty really made me go for the college. Although since we were the first batch of the college I was a little hesitant but still decide to go for it and have a had a really good learning experience and a lot of opportunities to go into research as well.by Sanket Kumar Choudhary
It has a good campus area but the crowd is not that good. Faculty is supportive and many seminars and educational workshops and trips are conducted. The admission process is pretty easy , it's on the basis of merit of 12th. The college has wide options for studying and extra curricular activities are also conducted. DYPIU has also participated in the competitions with symbiosis and other prestigious colleges. This is the link that I referred while looking for this college: https://www.dypiu.ac.in/by Pinkal Deore
GOOD ASPECTS: I loved the syllabus they provide which is different than other universities. They provide specialization in every course in its respective final year. The faculty is quite experienced and most of them have completed their doctorate. BAD ASPECTS: The bad aspect is they don't have their own playground. They hire some sports complexes for annual sports. The faculty gives a lot of assignments. But you have to complete it because it affects your grades as it's a continuous evaluation system. ADMISSION PROCESS AND DATES: The admission process is very clear they don't have any quota, It is purely based on the merit of any entrance examination or you have to appear for the unby Aftab makandar